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You're Intelligent, Aren't You? - Forbes

You're Intelligent, Aren't You? - Forbes | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
You're Intelligent, Aren't You?ForbesOnce upon a time, you just had to be smart, but today your IQ alone doesn't cut it – it takes a complex cocktail of EQ emotional intelligence, SQ social intelligence , PQ practical intelligence and even BQ body...
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Josephson Institute Center for Business Ethics: The Power of Character: Creating Corporate Character by Ralph Larsen

Josephson Institute Center for Business Ethics: The Power of Character: Creating Corporate Character by Ralph Larsen | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

In the 1930s, during the Depression, Johnson wrote "Try Reality," a pamphlet that asked business to adopt "a new industrial philosophy." He said, "industry only has the right to succeed where it performs a real economic service and is a true social asset.... It is to the enlightened self-interest of modern industry to realize that its service to its customers comes first, its service to its employees and management second, and its service to its stockholders last."


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Five Keys to Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today

Five Keys to Enhancing Your Emotional Intelligence | Psychology Today | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Ninety Percent of High Performers Possess High EQ By Preston Ni, M.S.B.A. ...
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The new social workplace - TODAYonline

The new social workplace - TODAYonline | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The new social workplaceTODAYonlineAs CEOs ratchet up the level of openness within their organisations, they are developing collaborative environments where employees are encouraged to speak up, exercise personal initiative, connect with fellow collaborators...
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3 Ways to Make Lean Work for You - No Matter What Your Business by Vivek Naik

3 Ways to Make Lean Work for You - No Matter What Your Business by Vivek Naik | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
3 Ways to Make Lean Work for You - No Matter What Your Business by Vivek Naik - Lessons from the Lean Transformation of a Small Manufacturing Company Lean is often considered as a strategy for large corporations, writes contributor Vivek Naik, but...
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5 Keys To Building A Business That Doesn't Bury The Humans At Its Core

5 Keys To Building A Business That Doesn't  Bury The Humans At Its Core | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

EMPATHY
Empathy is the ability to put oneself into someone else’s mind, to truly feel with and for them. And indeed, if we humans are neurologically as Dev Patnaik asserts, then organizations need to be wired to care, too. This requires an emotional understanding of the sentiments, dreams, desires, and ambitions of their employees and customers. Amidst a flood of explicit “big data” and confronted with the constant urge to quantify human relationships, empathetic enterprises preserve and refine their intuition--an appreciation for the implicit and the opaque.

 

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How to Go from Success to Leadership: Embody Your Values - Huffington Post

How to Go from Success to Leadership: Embody Your Values - Huffington Post | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
How to Go from Success to Leadership: Embody Your ValuesHuffington PostBecause being an influencer, and ultimately a leader, calls for a different set of qualities than just being a successful business owner.
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Innovation, leadership main factors behind top companies' success: study - The Nation

Innovation, leadership main factors behind top companies' success: study - The Nation | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Innovation, leadership main factors behind top companies' success: study The Nation Samsung, Toyota and Unilever top the rankings in Asia...

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The 14 Components of an Agile Talent Management Strategy

The 14 Components of an Agile Talent Management Strategy | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

The world is changing in the talent management arena, and smaller players have a distinct advantage over their bigger corporate counterparts, one which they can continue to maintain if they remain agile in their thinking and execution of their talent management strategy.

 

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The High Performance Organization: Does Your Organization - TLNT

The High Performance Organization: Does Your Organization - TLNT | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
A High Performance Organization is an organization that achieves financial and non-financial results that are exceedingly better than those of its peer group over a period of time of five years or more, by focusing in a ...
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Coaching: Empowering the entire workforce

Steve Fiehl argues coaching should now be an option for all members of staff, not just a select few.

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8 Rules For Creating A Passionate Work Culture

8 Rules For Creating A Passionate Work Culture | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Hire for passion and commitment first, experience second, and credentials third. You don’t want to be simply a stepping stone on an employee’s journey toward their own passion.

 

Several years ago I was in the Thomson Building in Toronto. I went down the hall to the small kitchen to get myself a cup of coffee. Ken Thomson was there, making himself some instant soup. At the time, he was the ninth-richest man in the world, worth approximately $19.6 billion. Enough, certainly, to afford a nice lunch. I looked at the soup he was stirring. “It suits me just fine,” he said, smiling.

 

Thomson understood value. Neighbors reported seeing him leave his local grocery store with jumbo packages of tissues that were on sale. He bought off-the-rack suits and had his old shoes resoled. Yet he had no difficulty paying almost $76 million for a painting (for Peter Paul Rubens’s Massacre of the Innocents, in 2002). He sought value, whether it was in business, art, or groceries.

 

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Keiko Krahnke & Edwin Rutsch: How to Build a Culture of Empathy in Business

Keiko Krahnke & Edwin Rutsch: How to Build a Culture of Empathy in Business | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Keiko Krahnke is Associate Professor of Management; Business Communications at University of Northern Colorado in the Montfort College of Business. Areas of research interests include spirituality and business, systems thinking, Appreciative Inquiry, and corporate citizenship. Currently interested in learning about human consciousness and teaching empathy and compassion. She says, Empathy is wholeness and knowing that we are all part of one field and are interconnected. The opposite of Empathy is being trapped in narcissism.


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Thoughts on Hiring a Facilitator - Ottawa Business Journal (blog)

Thoughts on Hiring a Facilitator - Ottawa Business Journal (blog) | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Thoughts on Hiring a FacilitatorOttawa Business Journal (blog)Some facilitators specialize in strategic planning, appreciative inquiry, team development, or creative problem-solving, to name a few.
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How to Give Every Employee Customized Leadership Advice

How to Give Every Employee Customized Leadership Advice | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Virtually every corporate and academic leadership development program is founded on the same model — we call it the formulaic model.
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The Power of Action Learning - John Keyser

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John Keyser is a Business Leadership Coach based in Washington, DC.

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Who Owns the Employee Engagement, You or the Boss? - EIN News (press release)

Who Owns the Employee Engagement, You or the Boss? - EIN News (press release) | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

 "Who owns employee engagement?" More than half of the leaders surveyed said the organization does. But 100% of the highly engaged employees said they owned their own engagement.

 

What are the factors that create a highly engaged employee, and how do you become one?

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10 Elements of Great Company Culture

10 Elements of Great Company Culture | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Building a company culture of engaged employees takes years and requires consistent execution. I boiled down our culture strategy into 10 essential components I call the "10 Cs of Culture."

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Inner Revolution: The Process of Transformation, Part 2 - Patheos

Inner Revolution: The Process of Transformation, Part 2 - Patheos | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Inner Revolution: The Process of Transformation, Part 2PatheosBy Sally Kempton, June 04, 2012 In Part 1 of this series, we suggested that there is a pattern to any form of personal transformation.
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5 Dysfunctions of a Team

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5 lessons from sport teams worth inspiring management.


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The thoughtLEADERS Blog - How Leaders Can See the Future

The thoughtLEADERS Blog - How Leaders Can See the Future | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
The thoughtLEADERS Blog covers leadership, communications, strategy and operations. All posts are practical and applicable to help you apply the methods we teach.

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Talent Management Challenges In Small and Medium-Sized Organizations

Talent Management Challenges In Small and Medium-Sized Organizations | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

Kapta team has been conducting detailed interviews with Human Resources leaders and managers in our target market: organizations with fewer than 500 employees


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Five Core Theories – Social Constructionism – Organisation ...

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There are five core theories that provide a solid foundation for the work that OD practitioners do. Good grounding in theory is essential for every OD practitioner. The better you understand the theory, the better you will understand the complex ...
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5 Key Success Principles – the Cure for Innovation Envy

5 Key Success Principles – the Cure for Innovation Envy | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
Experience and research tell us five key success principles are seen across the cultures of ‘serial innovators.’ The good news: These characteristics can be adapted for any company, regardless of industry.

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